Over the last few years, digital transformation has been one of the biggest buzzwords in business and with organisations understanding the benefits that technologies such as AI, IoT and big-data analytics can bring, projects have been executed, bringing improved efficiencies, cost reductions and improvements to business processes.
A new automotive industry research report released by SNS Research forecasts a 16% growth (CAGR) in big data investments over the next four years. The report is out now and totals 501 pages with 99 Tables and figures.
Global IoT Market In The Transportation Sector Market 2016 Industry, Analysis, Research, Sales, Trends, Supply, Share, Growth, Forecast to 2023.” industry has led to the incorporation of various tools & services that facilitate better transport management through traffic congestion control system;
In the previous article the background and scope of MRO was discussed, along with the growing pressures placed on organisations, within the context of Industry 4.0, to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their maintenance models.
The idea of ownership is outdated, says Jamie Bennett, VP of Engineering, IoT and Devices at Canonical. Within physical and digital spaces alike, businesses are turning to subscription-based offerings to better suit the demands of their customers – software is sold in installments; renting is the de facto scenario for a young, aspirational generation; and servitisation is [...]
It’s easy to get obsessed with technology – it is the key enabler of today’s revolution – but the harder part of the transformation is cultural. It’s about putting the customer experience and their business outcomes at the centre of everything.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is driving a paradigm shift in how nations prepare for the digital economy and could almost double the value of the global digital economy to $23 trillion (€19.68 trillion) by 2025 from $12.9 trillion (€11.04 trillion) in 2017 when it accounted for 17.1% of global GDP.
The internet of things or IoT has been touted as one of the most hyped-up technologies that is seen to be significant in the near future. IoT will affect every space from smart homes to connected cars.
A large automotive company needed to combine sensor and operational data to deliver compelling offers, better customer service and greater profitability. The company manufactures trucks, buses and construction equipment. Rob Mellor, VP & GM EMEA, WhereScape talks to the company about their journey.
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